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Re: Bootcamps of the future - an announcement!

Postby DavidHT » Thu Sep 19, 2013 2:33 pm

Iestyn wrote:So, we'll get next weeks Bootcamp safely out of the way first, then give us a few weeks and we'll see what comes of our discussions... It'll be great to see you there, David.


Likewise! I'm umming and ahhing as to whether I need a week's tuition (in which case I'll do the Swansea course) or a week's practice (in which case I'll do the SSiW bootcamp). Hubby might not speak to me again if I suggested both ;)
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Re: Bootcamps of the future - an announcement!

Postby Gruntius » Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:04 pm

Suggest both anyway, it's a no lose situation. If he says yes then you go on both, if you sense a no coming get in there first with one or the other and he'll be more than happy to "let" you go on one.

I would say a bootcamp would be far more beneficial though. :wink:
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Re: Bootcamps of the future - an announcement!

Postby DavidHT » Thu Sep 19, 2013 8:37 pm

Gruntius wrote:I would say a bootcamp would be far more beneficial though. :wink:


And cheaper, and friendlier, and I'll already know some of the people who will be doing Bootcamp with me. Yup!
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Re: Bootcamps of the future - an announcement!

Postby TygerC » Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:49 am

Aran: have you given any thought for a bootcamp to us oldies who'd like more suffering than normal bootcamp can offer? Image
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Re: Bootcamps of the future - an announcement!

Postby MikeEllwood » Fri Sep 20, 2013 9:27 pm

TygerC wrote:Aran: have you given any thought for a bootcamp to us oldies who'd like more suffering than normal bootcamp can offer? Image




hmmmm......I imagine I tick the oldie box, but what is this suffering, of which you speak?

Physical, or intellectual...?
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Re: Bootcamps of the future - an announcement!

Postby Tahl » Fri Sep 20, 2013 9:45 pm

MikeEllwood wrote:
TygerC wrote:Aran: have you given any thought for a bootcamp to us oldies who'd like more suffering than normal bootcamp can offer? Image




hmmmm......I imagine I tick the oldie box, but what is this suffering, of which you speak?

Physical, or intellectual...?

Linguistic.
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Re: Bootcamps of the future - an announcement!

Postby Sionned » Fri Sep 20, 2013 10:21 pm

And I think Susanna is talking about "old hands" at Bootcamps - people who have been to multiple ones ...
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